The need to make change is often driven by necessity. In the worse case, a crisis may develop that creates the necessity to change. For some, without something pressing down on us, the movement toward necessary change could be delayed.
Ways that focus is delayed:
1.) We choose to avoid what is necessary
2.) To focus suggests that we have to take personal responsibility. We choose to deflect or blame others.
3.) We cover up the priority or necessity by focusing on things that don’t matter.
A necessity can either be a bother or an activating experience where progress is made. It is based on how we choose to proceed. A necessity can transform, or further debilitate, depending on how we approach problems. In the end, the choice is ours. Do we wish to transform ourselves and use our focus, or do we seek to avoid or deny the things necessary in our lives?